Run what you brung. Lessons learned on SharePoint, the cloud, and app modernization.
CORAS, a leader in cloud-based program management software, is pleased to announce that the company has been awarded the U.S. General Service Administration’s (GSA) Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70 contract for government services.
While SharePoint and Office365 can provide a baseline productivity platform, they lack the agility you need when working in a competitive environment.
To be a successful project management office, you need to efficiently stay on top of all your projects, programs, and portfolios, while simultaneously maintaining efficiency. But how do you execute on this?
The idea of moving them to a third-party to host, using hardware you didn’t own and that you shared with others was a foreign concept. But Amazon created AWS, allowing companies to “spin up” up servers in the cloud, and the race was on.
The ideal scenario in project management is that you have project managers with 20 years of experience who are PMP-certified and could manage anything. But in reality, most project managers are really good at software engineering, hardware engineering, QA, etc.
For those who have been following SharePoint since the early days, you remember web parts, the GAC, SharePoint Services, SharePoint Portal Server, and many other legacy terms and products.